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it. >>> hillary clinton seen as face of reset policy we were just discussing with marco rubio with russia. could the crisis in ukraine and growing unrest in the region hurt her chances in 2016? we're following latest developments in ukraine. live in kiev. shepard smith live in kiev. we will join him live straight ahead. [ chainsaw whirring ] humans -- sometimes liferips us up. sometimes we trip ourselveup. and although the mistakes may seem to just keep coming at you, so do the solutions. like multi-policy discounts from liberty mutual insurance. save up to 10% just for combining your auto and home insurance. call liberty mutual insurance at... [ thump ] to speak with an insurance expert and ask about all the personalized savings available for when you get married, move into a new house, or add a car to your policy. personalized coverage and savings. all the things humans need to make our world a little less imperfect. call... and ask about all the ways you could save. liberty mutual insurance. responsibility. what's your policy? >>> investigators believe a snowboarder likely
policy is hillary clinton's much mocked reset with the russians. now with a possible presidential run looming, does clinton have a ukraine problem? carl cameron looks at that question tonight. >> as president obama's first secretary of state, hillary clinton pushed the administration's foreign policy agenda. russia was big, and from the get-go, had a rocky start. she presented russian foreign minister lavrov with a gift wrapped reset button, meant to emphasis the commitment to improve relations with russia. instead, it caused an international embarrassment. >> we worked hard to get the right russian word. do you think we got it? >> you got it wrong. >> we got it wrong. >> this says -- means overcharged. >> clinton's attempt at humor was not enough. >> we won't let you do that to us, i promise. >> the secretary of state in the obama administration were scorned as amateurish by the international press. a new book out about clinton recalled her inner circle saying no one asked for the meaning of the word, and it was emergency stop button that had been pilfered from a swimming pool or jac
business his predecessor. remember hillary clinton's russian reset. she had a prop and incorrectly translated slogan to go with it. >> we want to reset our relationship, as -- so we will do it together. okay? >> well, as we all knowing, our russians relationship was reset. we can thank hillary clinton for resetting it all the way back to the '80s, just as republicans like mitt romney, it turns out hillary clinton's defining moment as secretary of state could be this spectacular failure. governor dean, was hillary clinton naive then five years ago? >> this is ridiculous conversation, s.e. >> it really isn't. this is going to haunt her for the next two years. >> these are talking points. it's beneath your show to put out partisan talk -- >> you don't think she's responsible for setting the tone of naivete with a clearly bad actor? >> first of all, it was joe biden's idea, and second of all the president's idea and that was before hillary clinton was even asked to be secretary of state, first of all. second of all, it is irresponsible not to talk to a major glob power and try to work
. >> hillary clinton could face an obstacle that has nothing to do with her husband's past or even her own. howard kurtz looks at the controversial question of how old is too old. >> the age question is growing louder than just a whisper. raised by former can dt and now fox news host mike huckabee. >> look, if she's going to be at an age where it's going to be a challenge for her. >> if hillary clinton is the democratic candidate for president she'll turn 69 just before the election. >> stephen: that's right, fox news is ready to project that in the 2016 presidential election hillary clinton will be two years older. (laughter) i mean come on! (cheers and applause) >> stephen: come on. come on! i mean 69, that is old. like old, old. way too old to be president. i mean she's going to be almost as old as ronald reagan was. but remember those were man years. men age gracefully like robert redford or a nice leather wallet. >> jim, jim, why did you put up two leather wallets, i don't-- okay, now plus, plus it just goes to the question of trust worthiness. during the benghazi hearings, she kept c
a problem for hillary clinton if she decides to run for president in 2016. explain the connection there. >> willie, senator clinton, secretary clinton was the face of the reset. you guys will remember. we saw this on "morning joe" back in 2009 in her second month in office. she was in moscow at one of her first trips and she presented the russian foreign minister with an actual gift wrapped red reset button. this is just an example as maggie haberman points out. she has to answer questions about the health care and economy and about the nsa. secretary clinton has been so quiet. her advisers think, oh, she doesn't have to jump out and make a statement about everything. but, willie, as we can see here on the show, this is no passing issue. her book is out soon and she will be doing some midterm campaigning. so politico sees increasing pressure on secretary clinton to talk about some of these issues. some people will say she is a little bit out of the loop on some of these decisions. it's not going a defense she is going to use. her plan is to stick with president obama, but it makes it ha
clinton cobb city san franciscans. i want to recommend strongly that you today recommend enactment of this ordinance to the full board of supervisors so that it maybe placed on it's agenda next tuesday. i have read the ordinance in its entirety. it has two salient provisions to protect san franciscans against city government corruption and bin alt. one is direct consultants, they are lobbyist and should be treated as lobbyist. this ordinance does that. the second is the developer self disclosure requirements with respect contributions to non-profit entities which lobby at city hall and lobby on behalf of or depending on the position against they particularly act by the board or even an ordinance proposed to the board. very important. i think you should consider whether the reporting limit should be reduced from $5,000 to $1,000. these are entities like the san francisco planning urban renewal association which obtained almost all their funding from entities which have affairs in business with city hall and with city government or the other one of the housing operation supposedly. l
's borders. this was a bipartisan policy. clinton began, bush continued it, obama carried it on. during this period. 14 years he's been in power, putin made one point repeatedly. i have two red lines. you remember the red lines, obama used to have one in syria. putin means his. one red line is in the former soviet republic of georgia, you'll recall we had a war there in 2008, a proxy war. the other and far more important was in ukraine. i believe by the approach we've taken by ukraine. we meaning washington and the eu, that we have crossed his red line. fareed is right, it's not a good thing when guys in black masks are running around. they began running around in kiev when we overthrew the elected government there. >> okay, let's play a clip from president obama before i come back to you, this is him talking about the situation today, when he met israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. >> i think the world is largely united in recognizing that the steps russia has taken are a violation of ukraine's sovereignty. ukraine's territorial integrity, they're a violation of international la
president clinton. let me start with you. mike mcphal, you workd with him during the clinton years. he took away from the press conference that putin doesn't know what to do next. do you think that's the case, that putin actually, while he's trying to show confidence, he may have acted emotionally and now doesn't have a plan b? >> putin was very angry at what happened in kiev. yanukovych mishandled the situation. >> let putin down. >> let putin down. he sees a western hand behind everything. so, things did not play out as he wanted. he is now seeing sort of the last piece of the former soviet empire falling away. so, it's a bit of desperation. and so i think in some sense, this is a reactive act, but it's dangerous. he's there. and we have to make it very clear to him that he has a fundamental choice here. >> right. >> if he stays on this path, he faces isolation and a very bad future. if he gets off this path, he can redeem the investment of sochi. >> sure. >> and be part of the international community. >> it seems it's political isolation he faces first. financial isolation seems to be un
. >> bill clinton got through a lot of stuff because -- i remember this, wall street guys who didn't like him personally, but, boy, they liked the economic boom he was bringing and they didn't want him to resign or impeached. they liked the green and he's bringing us a lot of green. >> i remember the days that clinton was president, boy, the things he was getting away with then, the republicans didn't like him, but the general population, very favorable ratings. what happened to clinton? it was a good economy. relatively safe world. we had no things really to complain about, so we gave him a wide error of margin. >> this is not your way of saying become buffoonish in public, but it doesn't hurt to be liked. >> i'm not sure the president right now has the same kind of latitude. >> it would be funny if during the state of the union address he smashed somebody on his way out. it's always good to see you, gene. >>> meanwhile, you better watch your kid and what he's posting on facebook. one child just cost her dad $80,000. i am so coming home to you right -- the conversation about his car loan
? then don't invite hillary rodham clinton. >> or how about invite both and have a great discussion. >> vladimir putin within the last hour concluded a news conference. he said what was going on in ukraine was an unconstitutional coup so russia has every right. >> it was a situation in which there was a legitimate exercise of popular will. it was obvious from what you saw with a man who has been a dictator. yurshenko has been everything putin has been in russia, maybe worse as a dictator. i think the president should stop playing hamlet and figure out what the heck he's going to do and do it. the longer you wait to do something, the less impact it has. first thing he should do is reset the reset. how about we -- >> that worked so great the first time. >> we gave up the nuclear defense of poland and the czech republic which i have been against, many people did the moment he did, predicted something like this would happen. maybe what he should do is once again reenter those treaties. why don't we have a treaty with poland and the czech republic to protect them against possible aggress
parallel reading of the situation in ukraine the best versus how the west season. clinton says you cannot blame us for what we are doing because he is telling that the west has legitimacy has all wrong. not oustedkovych was -- the constitution was not respected. they showed the letter at the u.n. yesterday, therefore they have not only legitimacy, but law on their side. legality. they cannot be blamed for what they are doing. secondly, the west is hypocritical, because they also act according to their own national interests and foreign policy premises, and they disguised as an act of international legitimacy. vladimir putin said look at what they did in afghanistan, iraq, and libya. they either interviewed without a international mandate cover or a mandate that they in -- interprovincial widely as to achieve their own specific ambitions of the region. whatd you, this squares vladimir putin said to angela merkel. she told president barack obama that he does not see it the way we will just view the world. >> what cannot be done is for to put with impunity, its soldiers on the ground and --l
clinton and his foreign policy. of course, they ignored the bush record, and they get very annoyed when we talk about the bush record. but it is worth considering a president who dressed up in the oval office who just launched a war that was the biggest foreign policy disaster since vietnam. for serious republicans, and for some reason, you know, people in the media still consider senator graham to be a serious foreign policy person in spite of the comments he just made, you know, senator graham obviously has forgotten one of his heroes. ronald reagan had a chance to be tough against the soviets when they rolled in tanks in poland during the solidarity crisis, and he backed down. he did not in fact punish people who killed americans when the marines died in beirut. he was a hero of the cold war. he ended up in republican version of events winning the cold war single handedly. they have to ask themselves if they are serious about foreign policy, where is the consistency. >> well, michelle, i want to go back to what senator lindsey graham tweeted. he said earlier, quote, this is the tweet, i
because as secretary of state hillary clinton tried to normalize retles after a frosty period of time. look at the republican comments coming out about president obama right now. you can bet hillary clinton is going to be in for some of those same types of accusations, especially if she comes after a presidential campaign, so foreign policy, which has been on the back burner the last couple of years, is poised to take center page in 2016, whether in the republican party or hillary clinton and her record as that comes into fruition. >> josh, amanda terkel, good to see both of you, thank you. >>> checking the news feed, reeva steenkamp's mother wanted to look oscar pistorius in the eye during his murder trial. she said she never got the chance when the former olympian walked right by her in court. pistorius is accused of killing his model girlfriend last valentine's day. he said she thought she was an intruder. june steenkamp says, she just wants the truth. >> doesn't matter to me what happens to oscar, because my daughter is never coming back. it's actually important to forgive him for
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-year itch. i was there in 1998 and bill clinton defied the odds. these campaigns are going to be very competitive, tough, but at the end of the day i still believe the democrats will retain control of the senate. unfortunately, from a mathematical point of you what you did not make him in college, let me just say, it's tough to take back the house given the gerrymandered nature of the district. democrats have over 1 million more votes and republicans in 2012 and yet we only captured 47% of the seats. we have an opportunity to take back some of the gubernatorial seats. while two-thirds of the american people did not bother to vote in 2010 which is why the tea party took over, i think 2014 will be a year where you see a resurgence of democratic voters going back to the polls to vote. >> ralph, your take on this? since you mentioned the tea party, we have primaries in texas today and tea party candidates is not looking very good. >> right. first of all let me say to those of you are here for the policy conference, thank you for all that you and aipac do every day. i've been working -- [a
, hillary clinton would beat chris christie in virginia by two points, 43-41. a close race there, but no other republican does nearly as well. against rand paul, clinton would win by 7, 47-40. marco rubio trails by 8. ted cruz trails her by 10, 47-37. wisconsin governor scott walker down by 11, 46-35. against jeb bush, would lead him by 13. so much for jeb getting in, 51-38. paul ryan trails clinton by 15. and the same for mike huckabee. and we'll be right back. there's this kid. coach calls her a team player. she's kind of special. she makes the whole team better. he's the kind of player that puts the puck, horsehide, bullet. right where it needs to be. coach calls it logistics. he's a great passer. dependable. a winning team has to have one. somebody you can count on. somebody like my dad. this is my dad. somebody like my mom. my grandfather. i'm very pround of him. her. them. >>> welcome back to "hardball." in just the last year, we've seen how far the right wing will go to wage war on the poor, whether it's cutting food stamps, rejecting free medicaid money, slashing unemplo
clinton would beat chris christie in virginia by two points, 43-41. a close race there, but no other republican does nearly as well. against rand paul, clinton would win by 7, 47-40. marco rubio trails by 8. ted cruz trails her by 10, 47-37. wisconsin governor scott walker down by 11, 46-35. against jeb bush, would lead him by 13. so much for jeb getting in, 51-38. paul ryan trails clinton by 15. and the same for mike huckabee. and we'll be right back. >>> welcome back to "hardball." in just the last year, we've seen how far the right wing will go to wage war on the poor, whether it's cutting food stamps, rejecting free medicaid money, slashing unemployment insurance benefits or simply stonewalling a minimum wage hike. for some of the right, attacking the poor has become a reflex. it's hardly surprised when the party unveils its budget later this month, it will likely touch all the far right's erogenous zones when it comes to the poor. today the chair polled by paul ryan unveiled a 200-page report blasting federal programs aimed to help the poor. part of their conclusion is the feder
. new ceo nedella is a former clinton family aid and microsoft executive vice president overseeing advertising and strategy. two others will also leave the software company. shares were down more than 1% to $37.78. >>> mens warehouse and jos. a. bank are closer to a possible merger. the two agreed to exchange confidential information to work toward evaluating a combination. men's warehouse said it received a draft merger agreement. shares of both companies rose slightly today. men's warehouse closed at $54.10 and jos. a. bank at $62.30. >>> fedex will increase rates by 4% at the end of the march. last month fedex increased the domestic shipping rates. it comes as cheaper shipping services come. shares rose a fraction to 1 33.38. >>> an update on the story on the frigid weather. we brought you this story recently. the great lakes are now more than 90% covered in ice, that's the most ice cover in 34 years. i'm cold just looking at it. with a massive arctic front over the next few days, they predict the ice cover will set a new record this week topping 95% and the potential economic i
wants his money. bill clinton hung out with some hoorks. charity at a pre-oscar function. james cameron threw the party. >> i'm sure he didn't know. walking up to him and he's going to take a picture with them. >> what are you supposed to do, hooker?e, are you a >> angelina and brad going to
is also a former aide to the clinton family. penn was head of microsoft's "scroogled" campaign, a google attack ad. meantime, those leaving microsoft, include an executive v-p for marketing and executive v-p of business development. darden restaurant group executives give some insight into plans for olive garden and red lobster. there are hints the restaurant chain will spin-off or sell red lobster. and, an updated menu and new logo are in the works for olive garden. darden stock closed down 5 percent yesterday. comcast considers spinning off its 3 million subscribers into a separate, publicly traded company. this is part of the company's $45.2 billion takeover of time warner cable. regulators may support the spin off to create a new competitor which would become the fourth largest u-s cable company. comcast is set to submit documents on the time warner buy to those regulators at the end of march. maybe they'll finally like the way they look -- together. executives with men's wearhouse and jos a bank are talking merger. the retailers reached a non-disclosure agreement monday. this is th
a serious possibility of the year -- at the airfield. >> president clinton was making a deliberate show of the relaxed when he gave a press conference. >> the armenians are now daring to hope that the tension might be lessening. >> we will not go to war with thegrainy people -- ukrainian people, but it we do reserve the right to use all mentored to protect russian citizens. incident,he shooting ukrainian soldiers decided to kick a ball around. it did not last long. some aggressive looking characters turned up, and the ukrainians headed off and chose not to be drawn into more trouble. president putin claims there are russian troops, just ukrainian volunteers who support russia. also today, president obama threaten russia with emetic isolation unless it back down. president putin is existing what theened in kiev was unlawful removal of an elected resident and brushes and brightest are -- an elected president, and russia's interests are directly affected. yesterday was inspecting military maneuvers, today there was troops have been ordered walks to borrow tax -- back to barracks. later, an
into 2016 when hillary clinton runs probably? >> eventually not. not in 20 -- it's still going to be republican in 2016. i think what we're going to see -- >> i voted for hue bert humphrey in '68. >> some day soon, maybe not 2016 but very well 2020, texas is going to be if not a blue state than a purple state because lessons of demographics are, unless the republican party gets itself right with hispanics, ain't going to keep being -- >> writers of the purple, coming back, yeah. >> not this time, not in 2014. but i think we're also seeing slightly the limits of tea party influence in texas as well. >> will they run? >> they'll -- they are going to make noises about it like obama made noises about arizona last time around. but that's not going to be -- >> i'll tell you, it's going to be a national leader. i do think they might try kentucky, i think it's a fool -- >> here's what i think -- >> he wants west virginia back. here's what i think they don't, too expensive. too expensive to seriously contest because the media markets -- >> huge. >> a four letter word, coal. >> coal. >>
democratic commander in chief in a while. they also potentially have blow back on hillary clinton. as secretary of state hillary clinton was really the face of the so-called russian reset. so it seems to me that republicans are sort of going after her ability to have clear-eyed strong leadership. back in 2008 her strongest ad was that memorable what are you going to do at 3:00 a.m. who do you want picking up the phone when there's an international crises. it seems like there's also an attempt to pin some of the problems with russia on her and make that less of an appealing selling point for her in 2016. >> not just russia and the infamous mislabelled reset button but the notion of the obama administration. conservatives i'm sure would find it ridiculous to the point of insane for me to say that the president has been a pretty successful in the role of commander in chief, but really he has been. the biggest block that he's got in terms of the global chess match i think is what happened last year with syria, the drawing of the red line and the fact that it really took putin in a way
. a big global pr firm. a longtime friend of the clintons. worked on hillary's campaign, and failed campaign in 2008. he was brought on at microsoft to help a strategy which is the broad term that can mean anything. he is best known for do not get screwgled campaign. >> does he have what it takes to refocus microsoft's business strategy? >> it has been important to microsoft. that guides it how to market and tell the message. you could see this in the shakeup that this is something they really wanted to get right and do it the way that satya nadella want it done. >> some of the biggest names we have become familiar are on the chopping block. what do you think of some of the big departures? >> it seems pretty evident it is linked to the whole services. he was one of the finalists. he was a big name. he was a longtime cisco executive. he was a ceo of skype. it could be something else. regardless, if he is someone that you were considering as a ceo and he is leaving the company, that has to be considered a significant loss. >> i know this is somewhere in, tammy, that you have interview
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do off. physically changed in the other things in the fact that clinton to obama will try to impose the neo to make other steps them to all. to all of the korean beef and declarations but the real change in the field. beneath this agreement they think it's impossible to obey and maybe in the next if you use their announcements by sides can agree to continue to be sold until the end of the ca eleven notes form officials i pulled into first and foremost. from the israeli side this is just not the right time to reach an agreement of this magnitude and importance. oh with the palestinians arabs and often the palestinian side no there isn't anyone really there that appears serious and seriously interested in discussing any final settlement with the israelis ms young who also heads the us will take toughest on what iran sneak in a program which israel claims christmas that year saying he has previously described christian us on the county as a wolf in sheep's clothing this week with carrie and mr young who can speak in washington's new upright his realm of being conference in two weeks' t
clinton wish she had a reset button. that could affect your white house bid. >> lois lerner on the schedule to testify and what does she know about the irs scandal? >> and coming up. shepherd smith will report live for us from ukraine. stay tuned for that. canned i am shepherd smith in ukraine, we are standing above independence square and now memorials for those who lost their lives. today, millions of nowers and people stand in the spot where the fight began. we'll have complete coverage this afternoon throw o'clock eastern and two central on sheppard smith reporting on the fox news channel. [ male announcer ] it's simple phics... a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mcelebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for ny with arthritis pain d inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve
anti semite or walking the street of tea and other cities. clinton also was support for ousted ukrainian president viktor eunuch a the russian leader's a eunuch a bit cold and yet not given orders to shoot demonstrators. the news conference came just a few hours after president putin order one hundred fifty thousand troops taking part in military exercises near ukrainian border. return to their bases with them forty dollars. presidential spokesman to meet the press call made the announcement tuesday called exercises that success. this prize will take pills in the central and western territorial commands it was last wednesday. as tensions rose in ukraine the withdrawal comes after european union condemned the drills as an aggression and read the brochure was saying since a truce and not return to their bases but their stay. in a bin the tannins. despite positive side is that it craving global stock markets turning around the unrest in that region. stock investors around the world push the stock market and currency tumbled to levels unseen in recent years while other internationa
of this propaganda show against russia and the speech that experience. well in a line of what president clinton said today in a skin and with that journalists to specifically that the russia is not planning out military action. i do think though washington is likely to change its stance no i don't think so because the propaganda war is for a leader cannot stop this beauty on this huge media propaganda bed before this misses the boat dock was noticing that that the idea of all the russian tanks crossing the border to ukraine on on invading crime yet so we have many many many all for the worst nights right now a circle a teenager you cannot simply stop them a really disturbing fact is that the listener young guys right now that influenced the thinking and the decisions of the responsible politicians in the west this will again this is nick's on who we know already from syria that shmuel morris been circulating and politicians to make the science of positions on the basis of films for morris and this is also quite dangerous and washington will not change anything i would bet that christina had fun. onc
has shown on that very issue. i mean, i recall former secretary of state hillary clinton calling my prime minister's settlement freeze, she said it was unprecedented. and my prime minister has shown as i said flexibility and leadership on this issue. i would like to remind everybody that when the prime minister moved on these issues, we removed all the settlements. what did we get in return? did we get peace when we left gaza? on the contrary, the issue of settlements will be resolved on the negotiation of settlements. but the conflict is not about settlements. the conflict is about the palestinian side, their refusal to accept the israeli state. it is time the palestinians crossed that bridge. it is time the palestinians, just as the israelis say they have a right to the state of their own. it is time that the palestinians recognize the same language, there is a jewish people, they have a set of land and they're entitled to that settlement, as well. >> thank you very much for being here tonight. good to have you sir. >> my pleasure. >>> so coming up it now looks like the lawyer who
when clinton began the movement of nato against russia, a movement that's continued. even if we go back to november, a few months ago when the protesters came into the streets into ukraine. putin said to europe and washington, why are you forcing ukraine to choose between russia and europe? we're prepared with europe to do a mini-marshal plan to bail ukraine out. let's do it together. that was refused by washington and brussels and led to the situation today. one last point, the worst outcome, you asked michael, and he didn't say, but he said what he didn't want, the worst outcome because we hear this clamor in washington and hear it in europe is a movement in response to what putin's done in crimea to move nato forces to the polish ukrainian border. if we do that, putin will certainly bring troops in from russia itself. the troops in crimea seem to be troops that were based at the naval base -- >> woodruff: and -- -- and then you will have a real confrontation. >> woodruff: is this something putin made up his mind to do or is there room for a negotiated settlement, a go-between, perhap
agree with. one more and jim clinton takes credit for surplus. he people forget it was the repuicans who control the house and the senate. basically i like alternators idea. >> yes, we have been talking about this. so what about political monopolies, we have the same politicians who have txes for funding, time and again come back into office. we have talked about this since the nixon administration. they have been aroundince the reagan and the nation. so why is there a political monopoly and where is the third independent party voice. don't have that yet in the united states and it's costing us. >> what why do they all have to be politicians? what is wrong with going out out of that one. neil: in the mentime, finally a crazy tweet from one of our followers. my older sister regina told me when i was little, i ws six or seven years old, and they punched a 12-year-old in the days and he was booing her. >> yes, i read tweet. i had no idea i did this. it was on my stuff, it had been bullying her and pulling her hair for quiteome time. thing you should punch people in the faith, i just couldn'
peter. the 1996 olympics billy clinton's. the 2002 olympics were mitt romney's not george bush's. these were putin's games. as i said in the last piece which you showed but only a portion of, if in fact they were successful, which briefly before what's going on in ukraine they appeared to be on their way to being successful. it would burnish the image of a man in a regime whose him image does not deserve to burnished. >> let me back that up with a clip. what you are say suggest were critical of putin. >> repeatedly. >> each while discussing his influence on the games. roll the tape we have. >> i don't know of any american, david, no matter where they may fall on the political spectrum, who views vladimir putin as some sort of peace maker or a benign figure. >> okay. once you got that out, were there any retractions? anybody say look, we are sorry, we portrayed costas as a left wing guy or all of that. >> no. as a matter of fact, all of that and much much more is on nbc olympics.com. was immediately. so far as i know is still there. >> you got hosed by these guys. >> i am talkin
as a cucumber. >> he doesn't care about brad pitt. he wants his money. bill clinton hung out with some hoorks. charity at a pre-oscar function. james cameron threw the party. >>
strongly. >> a new poll shows that 57% of americans approve of the job that hillary clinton did as secretary of state. 69% see her as tough. despite what we've heard about benghazi and other things, i don't know that this is going to hurt her ultimately. >> 67% of people probably know she flew in a lot of airplanes. it's obviously a very important policy that went on when she was secretary of state, whatever she did or didn't do and it's an important issue but whether it's actually part of the presidential politics, aside from the attacks from certain republicans, i don't think it will be a major factor in how people decide whether she will be president or not. >> very quickly? >> she has a personality, she operates more from the gut on some of these issues than from the brain. she's not de-escalate the way she is. >> thank you for coming in. >>> when we come back, everybody makes mistakes, but "the new york times" is making good on a broop blooper 161 years ago having to did with "12 years a slave." so our business can be on at&t's network for $175 a month? yup. all 5 of you f
. compare that to the reagan clinton years, two different parties where the economy grew at twice that pace. gerri: let's take a look at some of the things the president wants to spend on, give people a sense, if you're a consumer this is what you're looking at. expansion of earned income tax credit. more money for highways, bridges and transit. more money for head start programs and cuts to crop insurance. start with the earned income tax credit for a second. antipoverty plan is popular with both sides of the aisle. when you look at actual numbers, there is no traction on ending poverty in this country. none of the stuff seems to do a lick of good. what do you make of it? >> one of the things about earned income tax credit permits people to work for less money. so some of the gains they get out of it are taken out in lower wages. also, it has to be paid for by, you know, somebody paying higher taxes. very people that hire these folks that go into mcdonald's, and that hire folks to clean their homes and things like that. so you know it is not the unvarnished gain that it advocates say that
boss, hillary clinton, used to say you don't get into an argument with your banker. i think in the context of germany they would say you don't get into an argument with your utility company. so i think there may be some opportunities on the financial side but crossing over into the energy side, you know, putin's energy card may not be as potent as it once was. there's a far more global and diversified energy market out there. but germany in particular does depend heavily, 30% of its gas imports come from russia. >> would it be important to the russians if the g-7 considered -- well, if the g8 considered becoming the g-7 again? if they considered ejecting russia from that international body? >> i think in the context of angela merkel she's one of the european leaders if not the european leader that has the ability to talk to putin. i think she's trying to potentially have -- be a channel to try to talk putin down from the ledge that he finds himself on. so that may be one tactic, where she's -- you know, she's looking at perhaps, you know, canceling the g8 meeting but not at
. clinton spin out of control. certainly this thing is a great danger that the slc mullen said she doesn't expect russia to go further and further remedial is that the french center but the fact is the last week russia has gone farther than any of us that they would of thought prudent or a reasonable and nothing we can stand to still be surprised by how far russia is willing to go. i hope that perhaps the most that russia has in mind is a model such as it has advanced history of war cause it's the opposite you weren't in it effectively occupies parts of its neighboring countries. and then he says governments little balance in order to continue to exercise influence that might be the most stable outcome we can see in the short term but i think it is very risky there's a risk that russia will seek to go further at this point are you saying that the best the west and hope for and of coz i like the internets in the short term. i think that this car is as we get is to stabilize the situation we have which is already something of a day after russian occupation of crimea and probably impending
clinton in this? they are saying she is going to hear about the groundwork laid for putin to do whatever we wants. she will have to answer for that and benghazi. >> i am not sure benghazi is a big as deal as some people do. russia has done a lot with us on terrorism. they have terrorist there and they have been working with us for long time and on trade and other issues. and the extent to which we had nuclear talks and progress has been significant. putin is an old kgb guy who wants the soviet union back. georgia and ukraine are the biggest part. i don't think he is going to leave the crimea and the people wouldn't want to leave. >> i think you remember whether all of the satellite countries broke away and the work by thatcher, reagan and the pope. this is an incredible thing to think they are putting it back together. >> are they going to is the question. we don't have treaty agreements. the idea war is off the table is a mistake, not because of the crimea. but if russia decides to expand and re-create the old soviet union. that would be unacceptable to the west and then you would have
't for today on "in the loop." the former deputy secretary treasury -- of the treasury under bill clinton will join me as a guest host. be sure to tune in. stay in the loop. ♪ >> it is 56 minutes past the hour, that means the bloomberg television is on the markets. i am scarlet fu. we are about 30 minutes into the start of the u.s. trading day. here's where things stand. the s&p 500 bouncing back from its biggest loss in a month. i 22 point. vladimir putin said he would send russian troops to you -- ukraine in extreme circumstances. the threat to energy and agricultural supplies eases just a bit, and the yen strengthening, but week against the dollar. true to the adage, march has come in like a lion. ,e had a storm in california and the dumping of snow in the mid-atlantic and northeast. this is proven by the data in january. , we ares hardest hit discussing this with our guest. what have you learned so far in your data and analytics? >> as you have said, has been a brutal winter, especially in the northeast. and the midwest. hasstimate that weather caused a negative impact on sales in t
hillary clinton when she was secretary of state pushed the reset button with our relationship with russia. they would argue that the blurred red line in syria, where the united states vacillated, gave putin the opening to do what he wants to do in ukraine. having said all of that, you put it aside. and you look at the situation in congress right now, wolf, and ironically, the president has got a pretty united congress behind him, because there is nobody calling for troops on the ground. what they're calling for are force ohful sanctions. this loan guarantee is something that congress is going to support. they're having hearings this week. you could have legislation as early as next week. so while the president has trouble with our european allies, he's not going to have a lot of trouble, ironically, here at home, because people want to do something forceful and strong, and so he's got congressional support. it's just a matter -- >> because you hear the argument. and i've heard it all day today, from some. why should the u.s. be more concerned about what's going on in ukraine than the rest
. the former ceo. a former political strategist. worked on 2008 presidential bid for hillary clinton. how will his background help accor suffering now. joining me is the tech editor for bloomberg news. >> microsoft is in a political position right now. microsoft this underdog at this point. they do not have a load of -- lots of mobile traction or credibility. those are areas where they really need to get traction. they have caught up there. now they have a guy who knows how to put money to work. one way is to go after marketing and advertising and going after competitors. >> his political background helps him in terms of developing a message or microsoft? >> that seems to clearly be the direction microsoft is going with this. advertising and marketing background. >> what about the other decisions? >> the other personnel decisions? is satya nadella;s first shakeup of the company. >> might we see more anytime soon? >> from what we hear from analyst, this will not be the first move. bere are other spots to filled. >> how well he reshaped microsoft, which kind of feels like the big staid comp
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